Andaman Hill Hotel

Address: 193 Nanai Road, Patong, Phuket, 83150, Thailand | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 193 Nanai Road, Patong, is near Instyle Fashion Bespoke Tailors, Sunrise Diving, Sea Angel Cruise, and Mai Khao Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Patong

IS IT RAINING?DON'T RUN AWAY, BUT GET IN THE WATER

A travel blog entry by vinkor on Oct 25, 2014

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... the USA. I believed that Taiwan was dearest, but instead it is as priced as Pukhet. I saw again Sergei, the Russian who is teaching me his language and with which I am making good progress, since it is a full immersion for the fact that he speaks a few words of English, but the basic knowledge of Slovenian and Croatian that belong to the same family, help me a lot. Despite the rain and the tan already settled, I'm changing and ...

Island hopping - Phuket and Phi Phi

A travel blog entry by pipped on Aug 26, 2014

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... at 11pm to dance the night away and get decked out in the island art - glow in the dark paint. Brilliant, brilliant night!! My day in Phi Phi Was jam packed with adventure on a wicked day tour. A private long tail boat and a very cheeky tour guide took us to the must sees around the island: 1. I was brave enough to take the 10m high rock jump. To be honest I was freaked out and it was pouring with rain but after one ...

Day 14 - Oppa Phang Nga Style

A travel blog entry by cara_michelle on Dec 26, 2013

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... re not all what you might picture when you hear the word "island," though. Most of them are tall, tree-covered rocks jutting out of the ocean, largely unsuitable for humans but great for critters like monkeys and eagles. We cruised near the base of one where sections hung over us dripping with stalactites, and kayakers were paddling about. Then we shored up on a nearby island's beach so we could toss oranges to a monkey clan. I don't know if we were the cause of it, but ...

Mosquito Bites and Jellyfish Stings

A travel blog entry by dieter44 on Dec 21, 2013

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... 7-Eleven shops or the many pharmacies are piled up with creams, pump-spays, one with powder-dry formula and gels that contain less or more DEET. If you are allergic or fear about the toxic stuff you can also buy a pump-spray repellent with citronella or lemon oil with eucalyptus oil and natural herbs. The disadvantage of these natural products is that you must use it more often. I bought Autan in Europe with 20% Icaradin (better ...

A day of adventure

A travel blog entry by kazbradtijack on May 21, 2013

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... said there were wild elephants around, like we have kangaroos! I doubt there would be that many wild elephants, but it would have been pretty cool to see all the same. We did wonder why our travel agent had chosen to send us so far to do our elephant trekking though - I'm sure they got a nice little commission out of that one. It didn't seem that there was any white water rafting in this area, but we could have lived without that to skip the terribly long drive. We stopped ...